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and is on a three-show tour to celebrate. when you can catch him in the district this weekend and he'll perform for us live, donovan. ♪ >> that's amazing. >> sounds so sweet, doesn't it? >> that's great. >> exciting. we want to check in on our weather conditions. sounds like a good day ahead. tucker barnes has that from the fox 5 weather center. >> should be close to perfect out there later this afternoon. lots of sunshine. you've been seeing them in our live shots this morning. low 80s. but without a lot of humidity. noticebly more comfortable than the last couple of days we've had around here. current conditions, there's your radar. let me mention, we have clear skies. little bit of cloudiness to our south and east. next cold front, which is off to the north and west, towards cleveland and detroit, that will become a major player in our weekend forecast. i'll have more coming up. let's worry about our friday,
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first. currently 68 degrees. dulles 61 degrees. and 67 at bwi marshall. forecast today, enjoy. highs in the low 80s. low humidity, plenty of sunshine. we'll go 81 in washington. and 80 in leonardtown. close to perfect for today. details on the weekend. cool down by sunday. those details in a minute. back to you. topping our stories this morning, president obama is returning to the battleground state of virginia and he'll be in our area. the president is due to speak at a campaign rally at george mason university at 10:45 this morning. after he leaves fairfax county, he heads to another university in ohio. mr.obama will speak at cleveland state university this afternoon. meanwhile, republican nominee mitt romney is also in virginia again this morning. he'll be at a campaign event in washington county on the north carolina border. yesterday romney campaigned
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with country music legend trace atkins outside charlottesville. both meet for another debate in new york in a week and a half. surprising unemployment report shows the jobless rate dropped. most economists expected it to rise. it went down from 8.1 to 7.8%. this is the first time in almost four years that the unemployment rate has fallen below 8%. the government says the rate fell because more people found work, a trend that could impact the presidential race. making headlines this morning, an alert for women in fairfax county. police are looking for a suspected serial fondler. >> he has approached at least five women, usually from behind and grabs them before taking off. fox5's sherri ly is live in springfield with more details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, allison, good morning, tony. the number of cases here continues to grow. we he a fifth victim that's now come forward. this is a case that hadn't been reported until police went
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public with information on these cases. that woman said she was fondled here in this springfield neighborhood last month. it is the same place that another woman said she was victimized just three days ago. police released a sketch of the suspect. he's described as a man in his 30s, dark eyes and a neatly trimmed beards. the victims say he approaches from behind, doesn't say anything when suddenly grabs and fondles them and runs away. he has victimized at least five women or teenage girls at three different locations in the springfield area. neighbors in these areas are alarmed and on the lookout. >> it's disgusting. i'd put a stop to it myself. and i've heard other people say that. >> whenever i go out, i certainly look around to see if i can see this guy. the police ask me to do that, i'm going to do that. >> reporter: the suspect seems to strike at random.
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some have happened in the morning, midday, and at night. police believe given the number of cases, there may be even more victims still out there. that's the latest in springfield, back to you. >> sherri ly, thank you very much. a popular short cut to the metro station has become the site for muggings. the most recent occurred in daylight where victims were robbed of cash at gunpoint. councimembers are working to police to come up with solutions such as lighting and a paved bath. no bond for edward gonzalez, the man police say attacked an elderly man on the morning of september 15th. gonzalez is charged with attempted first degree murder and assault. allison, an american man is dead, killed by police after he opened fire inside a hotel in israel. police say the gunman in his
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20s, shot and killed a chef at the hotel, with whom he had a personal dispute. developing this morning, health officials warn thousands more people could be at risk of getting a deadly and rare form of meningitis. it's claimed five lives, including victims in maryland and virginia. it stems from contaminated steroid shots. wisdom is back in studio with more. >> infection has spread to six states at this point, with 35 cases already reported. products made at compounding pharmacies contribute $3 billion a year to the drug industry and account for 3% of all prescriptio filled. now the u.s. government is taking firm action following the outbreak. >> we want to stay ahead of the
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curve and make sure that we're proactive getting the word out. >> i've been safely giving epidural steroid injections for 22 years, and have never seen this or heard of anything like this. >> the company that makes the drug is trying to recall some 17,000 doses. officials say the outbreak could get bigger, with unknown vials reaching 23 different states. >> wisdom, any symptoms to look out for, and also, you've said this form of meningitis is deadly, so what do we need to look out for here is the bottom line? >> we know it attacks the lining of the brain and spinal cord. this strain is a fungal
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meningitis stemming from the steroid itself, meaning it's not contagious. symptoms sudden on set of slurred speech, dizziness and neck stiffness. thank you. university of maryland dealing with a bed bug problem. several students reportedly finding bed bugs in their apartments. the complaints stem back to the beginning of the semester when many noticed strange bites on their bodies. exterminaters have been called to the south campus commons seven apaments to deal with this problem. better news now, in baseball the nats will learn tonight who they'll face in the playoffs. >> the first time in 12 years, a redskin has been named nfl's offensive rookie of the month. >> who is that? >> could it be -- >> i wonder who it is. >> these are fun days. >> really are. >> exciting weekend. we'll find out about the nats
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and they're going to have the first national league wildcard game today, atlanta hosting st. louis. the winner will then host the nats in an oddity for the first two games, doing a little scheduling quirk this year in the league. for the orioles today, it's all about today. it's a one-game season now. they're going down deep in the heart of texas, getting ready for this one. if they win, they get to play a best of five scenario, which would begin sunday. play 162 to play one more -- >> that's tough. >> all rides on the shoulders of joe saunders. he'll get the start today. you're on the road, it's never easy to win on the road. good luck to the o's. have had a special season. talking about the offensive rookie of the month, of course
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robert griffin iii. over 1300 yards in the month of september to earn that award. as good as advertised, if not better than advertised, which i think was hard to do, because he was advertised a lot. he's been great. ironically, he has the second highest quarterback rating in the nfc behind the guy coming to town sunday, the guy they call matte ice in hotlanta. they have julio jones, turner and matt ryan. it helps when you have all those other guys. will be tough on the defense, we get that. the defense has been giving up big plays. they'll give up more big plays against this team. the hope is the offense, because of rg3 can hang in there. i think it will be a heck of a game. >> i think so, too.
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my hope is our secondary can step it up this week. >> and don't break. i went to talk to brandon banks. starting my interview with brandon, when it got hijacked young, who took the mic and this happened. >> how do you prepare for this week? >> same way i prepare last week and the week before that. do the best i can at what i do, and every opportunity i'm given, go out there and make a play. >> i agree. made big plays. expecting something big. going live to redskins park. >> fox is about to hire him. taking the mic and controlling the interview with brandon. he's bigger than i am. what am i going to do? >> yeah, let him have it. >> all your interviews were bum rushed. >> i don't think i interviewed
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anybody. >> rg3, trent williams. they're a loose bunch, which we like to see. it's a different vibe in that locker room than in years past. all liked each other in years past, but you can tell there's something different about this squad. maybe it comes from robert griffin iii, i don't know. >> will be a good game sunday. appreciate it. >> thanks. football fanatics, it is not just men that go crazy over the game. if you go to the games you notice, according to the nfl, about 45% of fans are women. >> no surprise women should have our own clothing line when it comes to the nfl. tonya snyder wife of redskins owner shows us the styles and how it helps in the fight against breast cancer. these are live pictures coming to us now i believe, two medevacs called to the scene of
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we want to show you live pictures coming from skyfox. we have a serious accident on 95 north at 234 in dumfries. two medevacs have been called to the scene. it is a serious accident. we know at least one person has been medevaced or is about to be medevaced and another will as well, is what our understanding is. all of this happening now, 95 north is completely blocked we understand at 234. this is in dumfries. if we get more information we'll bring that to you as well. the guys may make the most noise, but the nfl says 45% of
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the fans are women. famous faces appear in a new campaign promoting the nfl women's apparel products. one of them is the beautiful tonya snyder, wife of redskins owner dan snyder. here she is in an ad. she joins us along with christina lopez, who was selected as the redskins' most stylish fan. check her out. here she is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> thanks for coming in. >> thank you for having us. >> i think we all love those commercials that were on last year, with the women, you were in one of those, too, giving the men back the jerseys, because we don't want to wear a man's jersey and we want our own clothing, right? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> this year it's the it's my turn campaign, a new line put out by the nfl specifically for women. and you are kind enough to
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bring some products in with you today. >> yes. it's about giving women many choices to show their passion for the game, love for their specific team and it's about it's my team, so being definitely a passionate washington redskins fan, and giving me a way to show the love of the game through, from fashion bags to endless accessories, we have grown and it's so fun and exciting to having beads and socks and vintage wear, fabulous rain boots, head gear. >> i love it. within the product line, also sport the all important pink ribbon and we're talking about breast cancer awareness. this is something near and dear to your heart. can you talk about that? >> next month in october is think pink. we've been doing that for 14 years since i've been with the washington redskins. it is now league-wise and it gives us a platform to talk to
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the women and fans and really make a difference in the world of breast cancer. >> i love that. and i love that we're doing it in a stylish and fun way, too. i don't know if you can see it, will this run in ads, magazines as well? >> oh, yes. >> you see a familiar face or two in there. of course, condoleezza rice here. some folks you might not recognize. it's about all women getting in on this, right? >> it is. fans, having 45% female fan based, everybody has a team. it gives everybody an opportunity, no matter who you are, condoleezza rice, myself, and we can all express ourselves in daytime, business, and wherever you go and express yourself as a fan. it's a lot of fun. >> i got to talk with christina. christina had, i guess had an awesome experience growing up in new york. are you the biggest fan or the
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biggest and most stylish female fan? >> yeah, i do do a lot with the redskins, with our team, within our community. >> right. >> i'm always up to something. >> tell us what happened. how were you chosen and the resu is this fantastic photo, may i say. tell us about the process to get to that photo. >> i received an e-mail from pro football fan association, which i was inducted into in august, and asking us to enter this contest, because it would be good publicity for us. i submitted a picture of me giving my induction at the hall of fame and kind of forgot about it, until i got a phone call two weeks later saying i won. me trying to explain to my husband we were now going to new york and what i was up to. he was super excited because one, he'd finally see me fully made up, which he has never done. and with full stylists and everything. i can honestly say, nike, nfl, it was the trip of a lifetime.
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their products are finally amazing that we have stuff to wear. >> i love the earrings. you have on the jersey, it's from the line. and these. can you show these off? they are so fierce. i love at. you see the logo right there, the redskin with the feathers. awesome. you're looking good. when can we buy this stuff? >> it's available. it is available. you continue to look around and all the different categories, from all the accessories -- >> what do you have on? >> so much fun. >> this is so cute. >> we're getting into some fashion pieces that are great. i love it, i love it. we have undergarments for the other fans -- >> die hard fan for that. >> of course. >> this is tonya snyder and christina lopez. thank you. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for having us. >> she can look even cuter in
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the owner's box. and all of us, too. >> smart thing to do. and cool stuff available. coming up, help for home buyers, millions will be given away. how to find out if you qualify ahead. >> later this hour, legendary folk singer donovan live in our studios. he was recently inducted into the hall of fame and joins us to perform ahead of a concert this weekend. let's check back in with sarah simmons out on the farm. >> reporter: here at cox farms in fairfax county, you know they are so well known for their pumpkins. they are also well known for the goodies they provide while you're out here hunting for that pumpkin. this apple cider may be some of the best i've had. and other goodies you probably haven't seen before. we'll talk about that when fox 5 morning news continues. stay with us. what makes the sleep number store different?
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the mayor of d.c. wants bars to stay open all night
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before the holidays and the test of the new policy comes this monday for the columbus day. the d.c. alcoholic beverage regulation administration is letting 42 bars and restaurants stay open around the clock. they can serve alcohol until 4:00 in the morning. it's designed to raise $3 million in revenue. help is on the way for d.c. and prince george's county residents who want to become homeowners. a two-day workshop launches today at the convention center. more than a thousand potential home buyers are expected to attend to find out if they are eligible. the new program sponsored by wells fargo includes $7 million in assistance for d.c. and prince george's county. qualified home buyers will receive grants up to $20,000 to put towards the down payment. walk ins are welcome. helping children left orphaned by aids in africa is the goal of an event in d.c.
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this weekend. the model the cause fashion show takes place tomorrow night. it starts at 7:00 p.m. tickets are $31. last year's fashion show helped more than 300 orphans in uganda. we had a preview on the show, by a woman who owns a consignment store. lots of great stuff happening this weekend. cool. coming up, traffic troubles. if you've ever taken a ride on one of d.c.'s traffic circles,over probably had trouble getting out. >> what rules should you follow? aaa, lon anderson weighs in on today's ask allison, that's when we come back.
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according to an independent, non-partisan study, barack obama and the liberals will raise taxes on the middle class by $4,000. the same organization says the plan from mitt romney and common sense conservatives
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>> yes it is. traffic looks good there. 495 north at robinson terminal. tucker is here to tell us more about this pretty day. >> going to be gorgeous. highs about 80. much lower humidity. big change. >> it was rough. humidity was crazy. >> peel yourself off the seat of the car. >> yes. >> today perfect and big changes for the weekend. get started with a look at our headline. warm friday. 80s and a cooler weekend. not so much for your saturday. still in the 70s tomorrow. but by sunday, wow, look out. mid-50s around here. with a cool breeze and rain shower as well. fall-like temperatures for the end of the weekend. not the case today. gorgeous, 58 degrees now in
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washington. 64 in leonardtown. comfortable temperatures. won't feel bad because of the low humidity. dew point temperatures only in the upper 40s and low 50s this morning. nice. nice and quiet, south and east a few more clouds. frontal system from yesterday. north and west, this cold front, that's the cold front that will bring some much cooler air to the washington area late saturday, really sunday. tomorrow temperatures in the 70s. but by tomorrow afternoon, that front will come in with the possibility of late-day showers. i think most of your day tomorrow will be dry. late afternoon, perhaps showers and then what happens is the front hangs up overnight saturday and during the day sunday. little area of low pressure will ride along that, bringing us cloud cover and potential for showers. a damp, cool day sunday, with high temperatures only in the 50s. boat show and redskins game, that kind of thing sunday
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afternoon. make sure you dress accordingly. today, shorts, 81. mostly sunny. less humid. gorgeous afternoon. wind north and west at 5 to 10. here's your accu weather seven- day forecast. cold front tomorrow night. logistic out sunday, cooler -- look out sunday, cooler. early monday morning, could be 30s. rebound in temperatures next week, back to near 70 by wednesday. now i'm ready for allison to tell me something good. ♪ tell me something good ♪ i'll try to delivery, tucker. a traffic lesson, and today i called our favorite representative from aaa mid- atlantic, lon anderson for help. he is the managing director with aaa mid-atlantic. here's the question, lon, listen to the question this morning. this viewer asks, what is the proper way to drive in a circle, a traffic circle?
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i usually ride the metro to work, but i have been driving to work. the daily traffic has taken some getting used to, but what i will never get used to and what is annoying me is no one in d.c. knows how to drive a traffic circle. surely i can't be the only one troubled by this. we are doing you, viewer, and hopefully everybody a favor. >> could you repeat that? >> this is a pain. you might know how to do it perfectly, but what about that visitor, new driver who tries no jump in here at full speed? >> forget the tourists. seems like every circle in washington is different. without local knowledge, you're up the creek without a paddle. i was looking at blogs from visitors who have endured our circles. one called them the circle of doom, the traffic circles in washington. >> it can be a pain. >> one said traffic circles are
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always tricky, but in washington the planners found a way to make them trickier. >> are you going to call it a round about or a circle? >> i think we call them circles. it's ward circle -- >> this is chevy chase circle. what i always thought, and you can correct me or not, first of all, always yield to the traffic already in the circle, if you're at one of these streets trying to get in. is that correct? >> you must be a graduate student in circlology. >> right. >> that is the basic rule. >> true. >> if you remember that and you're sitting there, rule number one. rule mber two, the outer lane is for exiting. but chevy chase circle, a couple of lanes can exit, right? >> that's true. if you're in the outside lane and think you're going to go straight, you may have someone in the second lane that will cut in front of you. we see a lot of fender-benders because of that.
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you're right. rule three i would say, expect the unexpected. >> yes. >> because people will do crazy things in circles. they realize where they're not where they need to be and they'll cut. we have a lot of tourists and that's before you get to the locals. >> the thing on this type of circle, too, you have to look at those lanes. if the lanes, the dotted lanes go this way, say there are three lanes, if you're in the middle, if my lane says i can exit, i can exit. that's what you got to know, 101, right? >> that's right. it gets more confusing. take a complex circle, like dupont. >> let's go to dupont, there we go. >> we have islands that separate the traffic. you may be in a traffic lane here and you really need to be in over there. of course, seems like everything exits on mass avenue. it is really tough. you have traffic lights added.
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of course you've got separators separating traffic lanes. if you're in this lane, can't jump over to the other. >> which brings up a good point, lon, if you are in dupont circle and you know you can only go mass avenue, the signs are pretty good in dupont circle, but you have to follow the signs and look at the traffic lights, right? >> absolutely. i think even the most talented driver can get confused on dupont circle, regardless. you've got traffic, big trucks and add to that around dupont circle, a lot of tourists, pedestrians and bicyclists. >> which needs to be the next ask allison, if i'm a pedestrian and cyclist, sometimes they don't follow the rules of the road. they want to be in the road like a motorist, but you have to follow the same rules. >> right. you have to be watching out, because the light may be red, but that doesn't mean a
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bicyclist or a pedestrian wouldn't be being through. >> one more. we have ward circle. you have a story about ward circle. this one is another one of those tricky ones, you've got to be in a certain lane. if you want to get off on nebraska, it's one thing. if you want to get off on mass, it's another thing. >> you can look at this ellipse inside the circle and recognize it will be a problem. i saw a blog, american university student new to the recently, and still trying to figure it out. >> he needs a grad degree in circlology. >> exactly right. realize you might make mistakes, be patient and realize that mistakes are correctable. what's not correctable is if you decide to make a sudden move. >> don't do it. >> that spoils the trip. >> the beauty of it, keep going around until you get to the right lane. that's the beauty of the
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circle, perhaps. >> absolutely. one blogger said they buried a road underneath, why can't they do it for all the circles. >> lon, thank you for being with us on a friday. if you have a question you would like answered, send it to me, head to, click on the morning tab for a link to ask allison. we will be right back with the buzz bin. also donovan still coming up on fox 5 morning news. ♪ tell me something good ♪
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we have breaking news to bring you now out of prince george's county, courtesy skyfox. our chopper is flying over an apartment fire in new carrollton.
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firefighters rescued two women and one infant from the building. we'll have more on ♪ [ james bond theme music ] i love both of these stories. a cinematic milestone is marked today. it was 50 years ago today that the first james bond movie was released. it was "dr. no" shot on location in jamaica and starring sean connery as the spy. next month, the 23rd official bond film called "skyfall" will hit theaters starring daniel craig. >> i had forgotten grace jones was a bond girl. >> she was. a villan, yeah. from bond to the beatles and another 50-year anniversary, very interesting both on the same day. >> it was on this day in 1962 that the beatles' first single "love me do" was released. had only been recorded a month earlier when ringo starr was
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new to the band. eventually eached number 17 -- reached number 17 on the charts. >> went to number one in america a couple of years later. >> i don't think i ever knew john lennon was on the harmonica. that's cool. >> he did on several early bits. from apples to pumpkins, cake to pie, fall is here everybody, and in full swing at cox farm. sarah is taking us to centreville. if you aren't hungry now, you may be after seeing all these goodies. >> and he's one of the few artists to actually collaborate with the beatles, speaking of. and to appear on one of their tracks. donovan has inspired artists for more than four decades. we'll talk to him and he'll perform coming up next. are you ready ?
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if you're headed to fairfax county this weekend, you might want to check out the festival at cox farms. >> it's been a tradition for years and has a variety of entertainment for the whole family. sarah is already getting in on the fun. good morning. >> reporter: i know it's rude to talk and chew at the same time with your mouth full, but if you've ever been out here, you know how good the kettle corn is and you can't stop eating it. it's one of the things you'll see here at cox farms. they always have something new and better every year to make the visit special each year. with us to talk more about that is eric and lucas cox, of course, the cofarmers and chief now, i guess you would kind of say. thanks for letting us come out again. >> thanks for coming. >> reporter: we have ever year we hear about the kettle corn, you have apple cider and that
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kind of thing. you have new stuff this year, lucas. >> we're baking our own cookies this year, which is fun. roasted almonds. we're bakes pies this year that my uncle stephen, in leesburg, they're baking and sending them to us here. and kettle corn. we bought a new smoker and are doing barbecue on the weekends, which is to die for. >> reporter: could stay out here all day and have every single meal. >> absolutely. what we do. >> reporter: or all desserts. we were talking earlier, too, it's interesting how much you try to bring in and make sure this is all local. the products, the produce, that type of thing. >> yeah. we get as much local as we can. a lot of our pumpkins come from southern pennsylvania and lancaster county.
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the cider comes from virginia. the apples it's as local as we can get it. >> reporter: i know eric, we were talking earlier about why this year is a big year for pumpkins. as a farmer, you know like every year it depends on the weather. >> exactly. >> reporter: this year is a pretty good year for the pumpkins. you got a couple here you pulled off the lot for us. tell us why this was a good year. >> like the planets were aligned just right. got off to a dry start in the growing season and never got wet. last year we had inches and inches of rain on the east coast and midwest in september, and into october. it caused the pumpkins to get soft. this year they're hard. they're healthy, because they grew on the dry side. pumpkins like drier weather. the best crop we've had in probably 10 years. >> reporter: which is good. last year you said it was the worst. >> worst crop since '79 i
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think. it was terrible. we threw away one pumpkin for every three we sold. >> the pigs liked it. >> reporter: the hay rides and everything this weekend. go to if you want to learn more about what they have new this year at cox farms. will be a nice weekend for it. back to you. ledgary donovan is in town. he's here to celebrate his recent induction into the rock and roll hall of fame. >> hello, again, tony. >> i'm happy to say hello again. been on the show before. >> years ago. >> some years ago. first of all, congratulations. >> thank you. it's a singular honor.
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i've had a few, but this one is jewel in the crown. >> i have to say, i've seen the footage of you receiving, accepting, and you seem truly touched by this. >> yeah, this comes from peers. other awards come from different areas, but this is the musicians, producers, music makers honoring one of their kind, and now i am one of their kind in the hall of fame. it's a great reflection on the work as well. it produces a great effect in new generations, turning onto my stuff. i like that. >> you know, not every -- a lot of the music from the sixties, and we mentioned a while ago that you contributed words to the beatles' yellow submarine, you were in that world, you and dylan and everybody else. why do you think so much of that music continues to live on? not all music does. this continues to live on with young people as well.
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>> you could say we made music that meant the same thing to generations in the future. how could we know when we were 16 making songs and wondering whether our music would become a sound track to people's lives? it's extraordinary. my read on it is i've written so many songs about human conditions and situations and those situations, they never change over the years. we're going through the same thing now, every generation, young people grow up and grow up into their own way of looking at life, and the songs of donovan and the beatles, and dylan, continue to reflect that. i think that's what it is. >> i want to ask you about something that is near and dear to your heart, transcendental medication, finding that peace within, and also peace on the outside. >> i come from a generation who came up with folk music and rock music and the songs of
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peace and brotherhood. a utopiaen idea. you can sing about it, march in the streets, protest. but surely it's something inside that has to begin. me and the beatles went to india, mike love of the beach boys was there, we were searching what is it these books of meditation speak about? that there is a place to be found inside. we brought back the tm from india and now it's being presented in schools. it's stress that produces suffering and so the kids in school today really are in trouble. so this tm works and the stress can be reduced. it's not a religion or cult, but a technique to reduce stress. that's what it is all about and still the same. >> i want to mention donovan will be performing tomorrow night at hamilton live, 8:30. doors open at 7:00. there's the information.
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still some tickets available. and next week at the kennedy center? >> mellencamp, who helped me into the rock hall of fame will be there. jackson brown, judy colins. celebrating woody guthrie. >> fantastic. what are you going to play now? >> way back in the beginning when i was listening to woody guthrie, i wrote this song called "catch the wind." >> donovan. ♪ in the chilly minutes of uncertainty i want to be in the warm hold of your loving mind ♪ ♪ want to feel you all around me,
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and to take your hand along the sand ♪ we'll try and catch the wind ♪ ♪ when sundown pales the sky, i want to hide a while behind your smile ♪ ♪ and everywhere i'd look your eyes i'd find ♪ ♪ for me to love you now would be the sweetest thing, would make me sing ♪ ♪ ah, but i may as well try to catch the wind ♪ ♪ dee, dee dee dee ♪ dee dee dee dee ♪ ♪ dee dee ♪ ♪ dee dee dee ♪
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♪ when rain has hung the leaves with tears, i want you near, to kill my fears ♪ ♪ for to help me to leave all my blues behind ♪ ♪ for standing in your heart is where i want to be and i long to be ♪ [ harry umlaut ] i speak k european you know. [ sally umlaut ] uh-huh.
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children, this is a 45, it's a record that actually plays music. this one is donovan, "atlantis," one of his early hits. consider it an early ipod, i guess. >> think of it that way. >> you miss those days? >> it's allow it began. run down to the record

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